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    • Oklahoma's economic snapshot, 04/2013

    • Employment After a strong jump upward in February, OK's payroll employment dropped 1,600 jobs in March.; Capital Expenditures While employment is a strong indicator of how an economy is performing, another marker is capital investment or...
    • Oklahoma's economic snapshot, 01/2013

    • Employment OK's payroll employment contracted by 2,000 in December; however, OK remains one of only five states with employment above its prerecession high.; Unemployment Just as the state has a diversity of unemployment rates based on geography,...
    • Oklahoma's workforce employer survey : 2006 report

    • Labor supply--Oklahoma.;Employer attitude surveys--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Workforce Employer Survey was conducted in the summer of 2006 to assess current and future workforce needs in Oklahoma. Surveys were sent to Oklahoma businesses with over ten employees, excluding food and retail businesses.
    • Weatherization assistance profile

    • Dwellings--Energy conservation--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Poor--Energy assistance--Oklahoma.
    • Generally defined, weatherization protects a building from sunlight, precipitation and wind, reducing the overall level of energy use required to keep the building’s inhabitants comfortable. Common weatherization projects include replacing doors...
    • Oklahoma's health care industry workforce : 2006 report.

    • Medical personnel--Supply and demand--Oklahoma.
    • The first industry in the state selected by the GCWED for comprehensive study of supply, demand, and gap analysis of current and future needs was health care because of its: 1. importance to the state in provision of essential services to Oklahoma...
    • East Central WIA economic profile

    • Labor market--Oklahoma--Hughes County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Lincoln County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Okfuskee County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Pottawatomie County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Seminole County.; Hughes County (Okla.)--Economic...
    • This profile will provide an overview of population, employment, average wage, and commuting patterns specific to the East Central WIA.
    • Eastern WIA economic profile

    • Labor market--Oklahoma--Adair County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Cherokee County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--McIntosh County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Muskogee County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Okmulgee County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Wagoner County.;...
    • This profile will provide an overview of population, employment, average wage, and commuting patterns specific to the Eastern WIA.
    • Southern WIA economic profile

    • Labor market--Oklahoma--Atoka County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Bryan County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Carter County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Coal County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Garvin County.; Labor market--Oklahoma--Johnston County.; Labor...
    • This profile will provide an overview of population, employment, average wage, and commuting patterns specific ato the Southern WIA.
    • North central Oklahoma WIA economic profile

    • Labor market--Oklahoma--Alfalfa County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Blaine County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Garfield County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Grant County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Kay County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Kingfisher County.;Labor...
    • Nine counties comprise the North Central Oklahoma Workforce Investment Area (WIA). Those counties are Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, Major, Noble, and Payne counties. This profile report will provide an overview of population,...
    • Southwest Oklahoma WIA economic profile

    • Labor market--Oklahoma--Beckham County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Custer County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Greer County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Harmon County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Jackson County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Kiowa County.;Labor...
    • The Southwestern Oklahoma Workforce Investment Area (SW WIA) is comprised of eight counties: Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Roger Mills and Washita. This profile will provide an overview of population, employment, average wage, and...
    • Oklahoma's aerospace industry workforce : 2007 report.

    • Aerospace industries--Employees--Supply and demand--Oklahoma.
    • A series of surveys were conducted in 2006 to evaluate Oklahoma's current and future workforce needs for the aerospace industry. These surveys were sent to Oklahoma's identified aerospace employers and were conducted with the assistance of many...
    • Economic impacts : Sooner Sub proposals

    • Railroads--Oklahoma--Planning.
    • This report fulfills the Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s statutory requirement (66 O.S. § 304) to evaluate the economic impact of the proposals submitted for the Sooner Sub line. Both proposals indicate an expansion of capacity and investment in...
    • Oklahoma economic snapshot, 02/2012

    • Oklahoma--Economic conditions--21st century.;
    • fact sheet in support of the State of the State Address 2012; “In 2011, the state of Oklahoma had a net increase of 41,600 jobs. “Our job growth rate ranks 3rd among all states. … “At 6.1 percent, our unemployment rate continues to be one of the...
    • Central WIA economic profile

    • Labor market--Oklahoma--Canadian County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.;Labor market--Oklahoma--Payne County.;Canadian County (Okla.)--Economic conditions.;Oklahoma County (Okla.)--Economic conditions.;Payne County (Okla.)--Economic...
    • "The Central Workforce Investment Area (Central WIA) is composed of three counties: Canadian, Logan and Oklahoma counties. This profile will provide an overview of population, employment, average wage, and commuting patterns specific to the Central...
    • Fortune 500 companies with operations in Oklahoma

    • Corporations--Oklahoma--Directories.;Subsidiary corporations--Oklahoma--Directories.;Corporations--Oklahoma--Employees--Statistics.;Subsidiary corporations--Oklahoma--Employees--Statistics.
    • table; "Manufacturers, Service(s) and Retail; Noted with an * based in Oklahoma (Employment figures generally only available for manufacturers and for firms with over 500 employees in the state"


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